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• V S?GRT PUBLIC LIBRAE! Monday Evening, iTune 4, 1962. LOGAN HIGH SCHOOL D JD E A T ! By Arthur Lovcll and Paul Beck 'Many of the graduating seniors at LHS are anticipating entering s college or university next fall. Over twenty of these' students have already received some kind of scholarships from the school .of their choice. Today at the Senior Banquet in the high school cafeteria, Mr. Jack Ulmer announced the recipients of these scholarships. Indianai University granted five scholarships . to LHS. students. Paul Bauer and Bruce Dougherty received Residence Scholarships. Paul Beck received the Delia Evans Scholarship, in addition to a Special Merit Scholarship. John Gray was awarded the Delia Evans Scholarship, a Special Merit Scholarship,' and the Arbutus Scholarship. Stan Blackman received a State Scholarship. Carolyn Hassett, who also plans to attend Indiana University, received the Indiana Society -of Crippled Children Scholarship for those going into physical therapy. Purdue University granted nine scholarships to LHS students. Sharon Brown, Tom Watts, and Christian Science Elects Michigan Man President Gratitude for spiritual growth and progress was the keynote as Christian Scientists from many countries attended the annual Spencer Bower received . State Scholarships. Dave Steinhilber and Mary Jane Lebo received ipecial Merit Scholarships. Janice Clumpp and Pam Jones received )oth a State Scholarship and a ~'urdue Alumni Scholarship. Mike i'ippen 'also was granted a Purdue Alumni Scholarship, and John 3awson was granted a General Scholarship. ^ ••• Indiana State Teachers' College granted State Scholarships ,o four LHS seniors. Carolyn Hop- 5er, Nancy Miller,' Celeste Tor- jert, and Connie Wyrick received :hese scholarships. Two LHS seniors who are planning to attend Butler. University lave been granted scholarships, Anne Lyon was granted a full ;uition scholarship, and Sue rlodge received a' half tuition scholarship. Jim Ellars was granted an SUB Scholarship to Indiana Cen- :ral College. Vicki Walker received a State Scholarship to Ball 'tale. Carrie Jo Gifford received General Electric College Bowl Scholarship to Depauw. Paul Hipsher received 'a Financial Aid Tuition Scholarship to Wabash College. Jim Englebrecht received a Full Tuiton .Scholarship to Tallahassee Barber College. Bob Justice, \vho plans to at,end Harvard in the fall, was awarded a Certificate of Merit as a National Merit Test finalist. Other scholarships will be awarded to graduating seniors this Wednesday night at the Commencement' ceremonies in the Berry Bowl. » » » With the ending of the school year this Wednesday also comes [he termination of Berry Beat for this year. Next year this column will be continued by another LHS senior. This then is the last column for us. It has been a pleasure for us to report the news of LHS. We are thankful for the experience we have gained.by working with the Pharos-Trbune. We hope that you hav« gained as much from reading our column as we have gained by writing it. Ralph E. Wagers meeting of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ. Scientist, in Boston, Mass., today. Named president of The Mother Church for the coming year was Ralph E. Wagers of Boston and Chicago. A native of Michigan, Mr. Wagers is a well-known Christiar Science teacher, practitioner, anc editor. He traveled throughout the world as a Christian Scienct lecturer prior to becoming Associate Editor of the' Christian Science religious periodicals in 1959. In addition : to his work as an editor he is currently.heard on the international radio series "The Bible Speaks to You." When on the lecture platform Mr. Wagers' spoke in Logansport under the auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist. He has many friends in this 'area. The major challenge of the hour is spiritual deficiency which would tempt men to seek their highest good in materialism, the new president told the meeting. Divine resources are ever available, he. declared, "to meet the basic needs of mankind, as wel' as to fulfil! the spiritual hunger of the human heart." Stressing the vital importance of a deeper, more practical application of the spiritual teachings of the Bible, .Mr. Wagers said, "Let us go beyond mere forma' religious devoutness and achieve the spiritual-mindcdness that en ables us to mnister to the people's spirlual needs as Jesus' did. This is the way in which all physical moral, social, and economic needs may be adequately met Then the power of Spirit over thi flesh will be demonstrated, ant we shall be so .occupied in this grandministry that the threats o materialism will be silenced am the voice of the spiritual Trutl will become increasingly articu late to us." 3 Hoosiers Drown in Mishaps By United Press International Three Hoosiers were drowned two of them in Indiana, durin; the weekend as thousands look ac vantage of the summery weathe to flock to swimming pools, lake and waterways. . The body of James Meadows 40, Hammond, was recovered Sun dayy near 'Knox on B>ass Lajc where he drowned Saturday nigh after a speedboat collided with hi rowtooat. James Ferguson, 40, Galume City, 111., the speedboat-operator said he was towing, walerskier and was looking back when th accident happened. The body of Gary Oman, 18 South Bend, washed ashore nea Bridgman, Mich., Saturday nigh about six hours after the boat i which he was riding capsized i Lake Michigan. His two companions, John am James Harvey, also of Sout] Bend, made it to shore after their 14-foot motorboat upset in thi rough waters. Sarah Stork, 11, daughter of an (Evansville obstetrician, drownec Saturday while swimming at a public pool in Evansville. Woman Beaten GARY, Ind. ('UPI)-An 82-year old woman was found raped am beaten to death Sunday in he home. 'Police said Mrs. Mary Boehm was found by her daughter amic evidence she was attacked by burglar. The house appeared t' have been ransacked. A medical examination con firmed that Mrs. Boehm,was as saulted .criminally and that sh had been dead for more than 12 hours when the body was discov ered. IT'S ALL DONE BY loans Up lo $500 G.A.C. FINANCE CORPORATION- 325 PEARL STREET Opposite Telephone Company logansport, Indiana TELEPHONE 5101 WBte Hours: Daily ?-5; Wednesday t Saturday 9-U Logatisport, Indiana, Phat ss-Tribune Four Killed in Traffic Crashes By United Press International Traffic killed four persons in Indiana during the weekend, raising the state's 1962 fatality toll to at least 426 compared with 392 this time last year. The lone Sunday casually was Kennedy Baughman, 35, Mishawaka, who was killed in a two-car collision a mile west of Elkhart on U.S. 20. Two others were killed Friday night and one Saturday night. Janice Go'ble, 25, Columbia City, was killed Saturday night when her car skidded out of con- ol on U.S. 33 near Fort Wayne GRADUATING CLASS—Graduation exercises, were held in St.. Bridget Parish Church Sunday during the 8 o'clock Mass. Rev. Francis J. Meehiw,, pastor, presented diplomas to, 17 members of the graduating. class, assisted by Michael Townsley and John Moritz. The American Legion Auxiliary Award lor scholastic standing and leadership ability went to Timothy ftledland and Kathleen Townsley. Helen Brown was also awarded an honor pin for high scholastic standing. Members of the graduating class from left to right, Spencer Headley, Kathleen Townsley, Maureen Clark, Mary Closson, Elizabeth Johnson, Cynthia Jtfartin; second row, Timothy,Medland, Gary Smith, Sophie Casalini, Helen Brown, . Peter Dwyer, Eoger Harmon, Anthony Jeroski, Jay Rose, William Ott; back row, Larry Crooks, Michael Townsley, Rev. Francis J. Meehan, John Moritz, Mark Krantz. EN NY GOODMAN TILL SWINGING •HROUGH SOVIET MOSCOW (UPI)-It was stand- ng room only Sunday night in the lack Sea town of Sochi when the enny Goodman band drew cries "bis" (more) and "-bravo" om 2,000'jazz-loving Russians. The "King of Swing" and his and played in the.summer ieater with at least 500 persons anding throughout the show. As in three previous perform- nces- in Moscow, during the first alf "people seemed to be study- the music, and received it almly," said one member ol the ouring group. "But when the band played the One O'clock Jump" in the sec- nd half that was the turning oint. Beany said he thought they eally did lake «M," the spokes- nan said. Hundreds of persons milled round the outside of the open ir theater listening to the music. The 'jand was called back for ix encores, twice the number icy played in Moscow. Royal Center OES Practice June 6 ROYAL CENTER — A practice session for the officers of the Royal Center'Order of Eastern Star will be held on Wednesday, June 6 at 7:30 p.m. CLASS TO MEET The Mizpah Class of the Royal Center EUB church will meet at the home of Mrs. Mayme Coleman on Wednesday, June 6 at 1 p.m. -' PERSONALS Mrs. Lois Fickle was hostess to the 0. and E. Club for the May meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Don Files have returned to their home in California after visiting in Royal Center. Mr. and Mrs. Lester D. Martin, South Bend, visited Tuesday with Mrs. Ethel Martin and Mr. and Mrs.' Harlan, Schmaltz. Mr. and Mrs. James Raderstorf, Royal Center, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gill, along with their mother, Mrs. Ethel Smith, have re turned home after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Don Raderstorf .and family and George Radarstgrf in Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Handschu, Lakeville, spent Memorial Day visiting with friends. Mrs. George Schlegelmilch arrived to visit with Mrs. Pearl Huffman* The Bell Center Bible Church will hold Vacation Bible School through June 15. Erma Rehm is the director and she is assisted by Lois Ragers. . Mrs. Gale Beckley has gone to Orlando, Fla. to visit her daugh' ter , and family, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Crawford. Mrs. Hilda Dodt recently visited her sister, Mrs. Mildred Hartenbower, in Chicago. Albana has a population of 1,581,000 living in an area a little larger than the state of Mary land. Dinner Will Mark Start Of Campaign RENSSELAER, Ind. - Judge Tack Murray, Khox, will kick ofl lis campaign for the Second District Congressional seat here Tuesday at a recognition dinner in his honor. The Democratic standard-bear er, tagged "Jack the giant killer" by party workers, opposes Congressman Charles Halleck in the November elections. Murray is presently serving as Judge of the Starke Circuit Court. The dinner, sponsored by Sec ond District Young Democrats 11 also be attended by candi dates for the party's senatoria nomination. Mayor Charles Bos well, Indianapolis, and Mayor Jack Edwards, Marion, will eacl give short addresses. State Sena tor Birch Bayh, Terre Haute, anc Appellate Judge John S. Gonas South Bend, are unable to atlem and will send representatives tc Appointment Thomas Huston, 2216 North St., jogansport, has been appointed the Indiana University Board f Aeons by President Herman . Wells. Membership in i.U.'s highest men's honorary service organiza- ion is based on scholarship and eadership. Appointees serve as he student advisory board to the administration on policies af- ecting student affairs. peak for them. The event is expected to draw 00 Democrats for 12 counties and vill get underway at 6:30 p.m. in he St. Joseph College dining oom. Murray will give the main iridress. and crashed into a second auto. The driver of i he second car, Paul Parker, 26, F'nrt Wayne, was unhurt. William Smiih, 62, Indianapolis, died Friday nij.|ht about four hours after he was struck by a car in Indianapolis di iven by Louise Fulton, 31, Plainiicld. Letriclia S. iiichulz, 16, Bremen, was killed Fr day night when a car in which .vhe was riding went off the road ind plunged into a 10-foot ditch tli roe miles southwest of Bremen. Donald Blwher, 28, Anderson, died early Sunday in General Hospital in Indianapolis of burns suffered in a fiery crash on the outskirts of Indiii lapolis May 24. Blueher wai injured when his gasoline tank truck went out of control after its brakes failed, flipped over-a.i, the interselcion of U.S. 52 and In liana 100 and burst into flame. Condemns Three Weighing Devices Charles Bctinett, Cass county weights and :measures inspector, checked 53 devices during the month of May, adjusted seven and condemind three, according to his monthly report released Monday. He found 2)5 packages mislabeled but approved 3027 labels during the mn nth, the report said. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Now York, N. Y. (Speolll) — For the first time science has f^und a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve point — without surgery. In caso after case, while gently relieving paw, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most amazing o£ all-results were go thorough ;hat sufferers nad» astonishing ti:atomcnts like "i"Ue» have ceased I.) bo a problem!" The secret » a new healing substance (Bio-:ilyno«)-discovery ol a world-famo is research institute. This subslnnco is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H*. At all drug i: punters. There are several ways that a man can pay the price of a new Cadillac car—and find himself in possession of an automobile of far less stature. Because there are many motorists currently considering the purchase of their next car, we would like to enumerate these ways of going astray. 1. Assume that the purchase price of a new Cadillac car is higher than it actually is. (There'are eleven models of other makes that this year cost more than the lowest-priced Cadillac 1 model.) 2. Pail to appreciate that the basic price of a new :Cadillac includes important things that are extra on many other cars, (Including automatic trans-• mission, power steering and power braking.) 3. Neglect to find out from a Cadillac dealer what your present car is worth in trade. (He is especially anxious this spring to welcome new owners.) And if you take one of these detours, think of all the unique pleasures you could be missing. There is Cadillac's styling—so majestic that it attracts attention wherever it goes. There is Cadillac's comfort—so wonderful that every journey becomes a brief vacation. And there is • Cadillac's performance—so great that it is without rival on the world's highways. • So we suggest that you play it safe—and get all the facts from your dealer soon. You might be closer to a Cadillac than you think. VISIT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER MYERS OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC, INC. BROADWAY AT THIRD LOGANSPORT, INDIANA • SEE THE GENERAL. MOTORS EXHIBIT AT THE 1962 SEATTLE WORLD'S PAH* - APRIL 21—OCT. 21 " ' ' • ••••*••»••*•«*••»••*••••••) ••••*••!••• Norelco has the gi ft of shaving comfort».. and it COSTS LESS THAN YOU THINK! 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